Monday, December 9, 2013

China Glaze Put a Bow on It and This is Tree-mendous

I'm really excited to show you two of the fabulous glitters (yes, I said fabulous in reference to glitters) from this season's China Glaze Happy HoloGlaze Collection.  While I'm sure you've seen from many bloggers how nicely these glitters cover up with three coats, I much prefer to layer my glitters to give them a little added depth.   Both glitters are one coat over the base cremes with a thick layer of top coat to smooth everything over.

Put a Bow on It
over LCN Berry Punch
The richness is this fuchsia glitter is absolutely breathtaking.  While not at all holographic, there's a scattered holo feel to this beauty which only makes it that more interesting.  I love the hot pink flashes this radiates.  This polish melts my heart.

This is Tree-mendous
over Wet n Wild Emerald Rock City
Another major win here.  I just knew I had layer this magical evergreen glitter over the Wet n Wild metallic shimmer to give This is Tree-mendous a burned edges look.  Little did I know that it would also bring out the golden and emerald microglitter, creating an almost three dimensional encrusted jewel look.  Wearing this was a whoa moment.

So it goes without saying that I'm pretty much floored by these two glitters from the China Glaze holiday collection.  Ever glitterphobes like myself will revel in these beauties!


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  1. These are stunning. China Glaze does such amazing micro glitters like this. Gorgeous!

  2. I haven't tried many of their glitters but these are fab!

  3. Love This is Tree-mendous! It is such a pretty green especially for the holidays :)

  4. They're both really sparkly and pretty. I love them!

  5. These two are completely gorgeous! Love them!

  6. These really *are* fabulous, Amanda! Incredible sparkle and colour, and I love the way you layered them. They look wonderful on you too! ♥

  7. Thanks so much, Elizabeth! I think layering them really made them pop beautifully!

  8. Put A Bow On It!!! Oh my word :)